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In this practical overview of the steps involved in making an audiobook, professional author and broadcaster Joe Mahoney will cover the nitty gritty specifics, including what kind of equipment and preparation is required, how to go about recording audiobooks, what’s involved in editing and mastering audiobooks, and what distributors like Audible are looking for in terms of quality control.
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Registration: Guide to Making an Audiobook (wufoo.com)
Presenter: Joe Mahoney
Length: 90 minutes (including Q&A)
Joe Mahoney is a Canadian writer/broadcaster. He’s the author of the time travel fantasy adventure novel A Time and a Place, originally published by Five Rivers Press. Joe’s short fiction has been published in Canada, Australia and Greece, and he’s been nominated three times for an Aurora Award, Canada’s top award for science fiction and fantasy, for his work on CBC Radio. He is a member of SF Canada, Canada’s National Association of Speculative Fiction Professionals. Joe has also worked as a story editor on multiple radio, television and film projects including CBC Radio’s Steve the First and Steve the Second, both seasons of Canadia: 2056, Canadian author and filmmaker Susan Rodger’s feature film Still the Water, and more.
Twitter handle: @ilanderz